Despite virtually everything in the consumer world being unnecessarily stuffed to the gills with RGB LEDs, they seem to sell like hotcakes. I was told earlier this year by one company that when they added RGBs to their most popular product, it outsold the non-RGB version 6:1 in the following six months. If you like it or loathe it, RGB is here to stay. But not all RGB-equipped devices have to be a dire shade of color. Enter G.Skill’s Trident Royal memory. This product was easily one of the stars of Computex, despite still only being a prototype. Most modern DDR4 memory today with LEDs use a top bar above the memory PCB with some form of plastic diffuser, akin to a stage light, in...

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